How to Make Malaysian Typical Nasi Lemak

KUPASONLINE.COM — This Malaysian Nasi Lemak concoction has a simple side dish. Spicy and savory Sambal Anbilis, boiled egg plus cucumber and fried peanuts. Simple and delicious!
Nasi lemak or nasi savory is a breakfast menu as well as a Malaysian icon. Commonly sold on street vendors, this tasty rice with simple side dishes is cheap, delicious, filling and perfect for breakfast.

Nasi lemak is also popular in Singapore. For the side dishes, there are various choices besides boiled eggs, there are flour fried chicken, fried fish, beef rendang and others. Depending on taste and thickness of the bag.

Tasty rice is delicious wrapped in banana leaves until it smells good. The portion is also quite filling. You can make nasi lemak with a side dish of sambal bilis using the following Malaysian nasi lemak recipe.

Material :
Savory Rice:
1 kg of fluffier rice, wash, drain
1 pandan leaf
1 stalk of lemongrass, bruised
2 bay leaves
1/2 tsp salt
500-600 ml of thin coconut milk
Anchovies Sambal:
200 g dried anchovies, fried
1 tablespoon tamarind water
Seasoning, puree:
7 grains of shallots
4 cloves garlic
2 large red chilies
5 dry red chilies
1 small piece of shrimp paste
1 tsp granulated sugar
2 tsp salt
boiled eggs, halved
cucumber slices
fried peanuts
How To Make Malaysian Nasi Lemak:
Savory Rice: Place the washed rice in a rice cooker pot.
Add coconut milk, pandan leaves, bay leaves, salt and lemongrass.
Cook like cooking regular rice until cooked. Stir and then let stand in warm position.
Anchovies Sambal:
Heat 4 tablespoons of oil in a pan, sauté the ground spices until fragrant and cooked.
Add tamarind water, stir until smooth.
Enter the anchovies, stir until well blended.
Serving: Put rice on a serving plate, add boiled eggs, ikan bilis sauce, sliced cucumber, and fried peanuts.

Tips for making Malaysian Nasi Lemak:
1. In order to get fluffier nasi lemak, use good quality rice and adjust the amount of coconut milk according to the condition of the rice.
2. Anchovies are jengki anchovies. If you don’t like jengki anchovies which are rather hard, you can use large salted salted fish.
3. Nasi lemak side dish can be adjusted according to taste. In addition to boiled eggs, it can be served with scrambled eggs, fried fish or fried chicken.

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